News Headlines - 10 June 2012

France's Hollande in strong parliament position | Reuters

French President Francois Hollande is on track to win a solid parliamentary majority after a first-round election that leaves him strengthened heading into a flurry of talks with euro zone leaders that could make or break the currency union.

Jeremy Hunt should resign, says top Lib Dem peer Lord Oakeshott - Telegraph

Lord Oakeshott, a leading peer, became the first senior Liberal Democrat to say the Culture Secretary should have stepped down after appearing at the Leveson Inquiry, as “no self-respecting minister could possibly carry on after that”.

BBC News - Euro sees gains as markets greet Spain deal

The euro has made gains against the dollar and the yen as markets react to the eurozone deal aimed at shoring up Spain's troubled banks.

▽'Sexual depravity' of penguins that Antarctic scientist dared not reveal | World news | The Observer

It was the sight of a young male Adélie penguin attempting to have sex with a dead female that particularly unnerved George Murray Levick, a scientist with the 1910-13 Scott Antarctic Expedition. No such observation had ever been recorded before, as far as he knew, and Levick, a typical Edwardian Englishman, was horrified. Blizzards and freezing cold were one thing. Penguin perversion was another.

Japan's 17-year manhunt for Sarin gas suspects draws closer to completion | World news | guardian.co.uk

The arrest last weekend of Naoko Kikuchi brought the 17-year manhunt one step closer to completion, leaving at large just one member of Aum Supreme Truth, the doomsday cult behind Japan's worst terrorist incident.








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